BREAKING: Axwell’s Axtone stage line up announced for Tomorrowland 2018
As Tomorrowland 2018 looms, anticipation has been growing as to who will bless the Belgian festival’s stages. Though the main stage has been all but confirmed, a number of names were brought up in regard to the many other stages that the festival holds. Among the list, the Axtone stage was one that lit up last years festival, and the line up for 2018’s edition has been confirmed.
Piloted by label boss Axwell, the stage announcement came via Tomorrowland’s official accounts, along with a number of other stages such as A State Of Trance, Musical Freedom, Smash The House, and more. Bringing the signature Axtone sound to the famous festival will be Benny Benassi, D.O.D, Fatboy Slim, Galantis, Jack Wins, Kryder, New_ID, Shapov, Tom Staar, and Will K vs. Dave Winnel. Last years stage was one of the festival’s highlights, and this years line up promises to go one better. With Axwell’s stage presence usually including Sebastian Ingrosso – as Axwell Λ Ingrosso or even, alongside Steve Angello, as Swedish House Mafia in their recent reunion – it has become a less frequent occurrence for the Axtone boss to play a solo set, hence this performance being one that many fans will make sure to see.
In addition to the Axtone stage, as mentioned, a number of other stages had their line ups confirmed. The Musical Freedom stage, headed up by Tiësto, includes a number of the superstar DJs friends and colleagues, with the likes of Oliver Heldens, Don Diablo, Mike Williams, and Jauz joining the Dutchman. Fellow countryman Armin van Buuren once again hosts his famous ASOT Stage, with additions of Ben Nicky, Andrew Rayel, Cosmic Gate and Vini Vici set to delight attendees at this years trance showcase. Other exciting additions are W&W and Quintino to the Smash The House stage, Alesso and Otto Knows alongside Sebastian Ingrosso to the Freedom Stage, and Alpha 9 to the Trance Energy stage.
The announcement can be seen in full below.
— Axtone Records (@Axtone) April 25, 2018